For the most recent module in the Creative Commons Certificate Course for Librarians, I looked at Open Educational Resources (OER) and Open Educational Pedagogy (OEP). In my related reading, I discovered the Hewlett Foundation’s 2020 Open Education Strategy report. As a K-12 teacher and librarian, I see so much possibility for educational innovation and equity through the use of OER and OEP. However, like the Hewlett Foundation reported, I’ve also noticed a lack of research in this area, especially at the K-12 level.
I created this video as part of an assignment for the Creative Commons Certificate course. However, I am hoping that it would provide insight to educators seeking to better understand OER, and the educational practices that are made possible by them.
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